Don't laws liberalizing abortion at least have the advantage of limiting it?
a) What is truly serious is the fact that there are abortions, with or without law, no matter how numerous. Laws liberalizing abortion aggravate this situation, for people spontaneously expect that law responds to a demand of justice, that it is not in opposition to a fundamental principle of morality - such as the respect due to life. Besides, laws liberalizing abortion incite to abortion, anticipate it, make it commonplace, and render it normal practice.
b) Furthermore, these laws are the most disastrous in the whole history of humanity, and for at least two reasons:
1) They create a juridical space for crime.
2) They corrupt youth by making it impossible for the young to distinguish good from evil, and by destroying in them the most elementary sense of justice.
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